The application refreshes both the graphic area and the numbers beside the three field labels. Specifying Partition Alignment To specify the alignment of the partition, click the Align to arrow button, and select from the list. Use MiB alignment for modern operating systems. This setting aligns partitions to start and end on precise mebibyte 1,, byte boundaries. Use Cylinder alignment to maintain compatibility with operating systems released before the year , such as DOS. This setting aligns partitions to start and end on disk cylinder boundaries.
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The application refreshes both the graphic area and the numbers beside the three field labels. Specifying Partition Alignment To specify the alignment of the partition, click the Align to arrow button, and select from the list. Use MiB alignment for modern operating systems. This setting aligns partitions to start and end on precise mebibyte 1,, byte boundaries. Use Cylinder alignment to maintain compatibility with operating systems released before the year , such as DOS.
This setting aligns partitions to start and end on disk cylinder boundaries. Hence it is no longer valid to use this alignment setting to achieve enhanced performance. Use None only if you have an in-depth knowledge of disk structure, partition tables, and boot records. This setting places partition boundaries relative to the end of any immediately preceding partition on the disk device.
This setting is not guaranteed to reserve or respect space required for boot records. Specifying Partition Type To specify the partition type, click the Create as arrow button, and select from the list. Note The msdos partition table limits partitions as follows: Maximum of 4 primary partitions. Maximum of 3 primary partitions, and 1 extended partition. The extended partition can contain multiple logical partitions. Maximum size of a partition is 2 Tebibytes using a sector size of bytes.
The partition must also start within the first 2 Tebibytes of the disk device. Tip Primary partitions provide better data recoverability because the partition boundaries are stored at known locations on the disk device. Therefore the field is only enabled on disk devices partitioned using GPT. To specify the partition name, type the name in the Partition name text box.
Specifying Partition File System To specify the type of file system for the partition, click the File System arrow button, and select from the list. Specifying Partition File System Label To specify the file system label in the partition, also known as a volume label, type a label name in the Label text box.
Tip File system labels can be used to help you remember what is stored in the partition. Advanced Partition Actions These actions will alter partitions on your disk device. These actions might modify the start or end boundaries of your existing partitions.
These actions might cause operating systems to fail to boot. Resizing a Partition Resizing and moving a partition can be performed by a single gparted operation.
To resize a partition: Tip Unmounted or inactive partitions enable the most resize options. Support is available for online resize of some mounted or otherwise active partitions. However this support is often limited to grow only. Adjust the size of the partition. Tip If you do not want the start of an existing partition to move, then do not change the free space preceding value. If the partition is mounted or otherwise active, then you will not be able to change the free space preceding value.
Specify the alignment of the partition. Examine the operation that was added to the Pending Operations pane. If the operation involves a move step, then consider the following: A move step might take a long time to complete. If the partition is an operating system boot partition, then a move step might cause the operating system to fail to boot.
If you are not prepared to wait or to fix potential operating system boot problems, then you might want to undo the operation. Tip To grow or move a partition, unallocated space must be available adjacent to the partition. If you are growing a logical partition, then the unallocated space must be within the extended partition. If you are growing a primary partition, then the unallocated space must not be within the extended partition.
You can move unallocated space to be inside or outside of the extended partition by resizing the extended partition boundaries. Tip A LUKS encrypted partition and the file system within can only be resized when the encryption mapping is open. Tip To improve the ability to shrink NTFS partitions, you might consider one or more of the following: Defragment the file system.
Booting into Safe Mode with the commercial operating system that uses NTFS can improve the ability to defragment the file system. To enter Safe Mode press F8 while your computer is booting the operating system.
Temporarily disable the paging file. The paging file occupies a fixed location in the partition that the defragmentation process is unable to move. Temporarily move large files to another partition or disk device. Large files are defined as greater than a few hundred Megabytes MB. If you shrink the partition too much, then the commercial operating system might have difficulty functioning properly.
Moving a Partition Moving and resizing a partition can be performed by a single gparted operation. To move a partition: Select an unmounted partition. Tip If the partition is an operating system boot partition, then the operating system might not boot after the move operation is applied. Copying and Pasting a Partition To copy a partition: Select an unmounted partition.
The application marks the partition as the source partition. To Paste a partition: Select an unallocated space on a disk device. If you want you can specify the alignment of partition.
Click Paste. The application displays the copy partition operation in the Pending Operations pane. This can cause a problem when booting, or when mount actions use the file system label or UUID to identify the partition.
The problem is that the operating system will randomly select to mount either the source, or the copy of the partition. For example, on the first mount action the source partition might be mounted. On the next mount action the copy of the partition might be mounted.
Over time this random nature of partition mounting might make files seem to mysteriously appear or disappear depending upon which partition is mounted. Random mounting of the source or the copy of the partition might also cause severe data corruption or loss. To avoid the problem you are advised to do one of the following: After you have queued or applied the copy operation: Change the UUID of either the source, or the copy of the partition. If the file system label is not blank then change the file system label of either the source, or the copy of the partition.
After you have applied the copy operation, delete or reformat the source partition. Use some other method to ensure that the source partition and the copy of the partition are not used on the same computer at the same time.
For example, if the copy of the partition is on a separate drive then remove the drive from the computer. Tip The file system within a LUKS encrypted partition can only be copied when the encryption mapping is open. Note To prevent unintended decryption of data, pasting into unallocated space creating a new partition is not permitted. However a LUKS encrypted partition can be pasted into an existing open LUKS encrypted partition maintaining an encrypted, or pasted into a plain partition making an unencrypted copy of the file system.
Managing Partition Flags Select a partition. To enable a flag, select the check box beside the flag. To disable a flag, deselect the check box beside the flag. Note Manage Flags is only available for disks with partition tables. Disks with loop or none partition tables do not contain a partition table, and do not have partition flags.
Note A description of flags in an msdos partition table follows: Boot is used by some commercial operating system boot loaders. The boot flag indicates the partition is active or bootable. Only one partition on a disk device can be active. Hidden is used by some commercial operating systems. The hidden flag makes the partition invisible to the operating system.
Irst identifies an Intel Rapid Start Technology partition. LBA is used by some commercial operating system boot loaders. Note A description of flags in a gpt partition table follows: Atvrecv is used to indicate an Apple TV Recovery partition. Boot is used by some commercial operating system boot loaders. Diag indicates the partition is used for diagnostics or recovery. HP-service is used to indicate a Hewlett Packard service partition.
Msftres is used to indicate a Microsoft Reserved partition. Checking a Partition Checking a partition will attempt to find and fix problems in the file system.
Checking a partition will attempt to grow the file system to fill the partition. To check a partition: Select an unmounted partition. The application displays the check partition operation in the Pending Operations pane. The application removes the last operation from the queue displayed in the Pending Operations pane. If there are no operations remaining in the queue, the application closes the Pending Operations pane. The application removes all operations from the queue and closes the Pending Operations pane.
The application displays an Apply operations to device dialog. You are advised to backup your data before applying your partition editing operations.
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